“We have five senses in which we glory and which we recognize and celebrate, senses that constitute the sensible world for us. But there are other senses — secret senses, sixth senses, if you will — equally vital, but unrecognized, and unlauded.” ~ Oliver Sacks
Do you care if your voice gets heard? Silly question really, of course you care. But ask yourself, are your listeners interested in what you’re saying or is your sole aim to splatter the walls with the information you’re desperate to get out of yourself regardless?
You may have heard a popular saying about the sun shining out of a certain body part when someone thinks too much of themselves, but in this article I’m going to state that the sun shines out of your Manipura Chakra, metaphorically speaking of course.
If I asked you who you were, your answer would probably start with the words “I am…” followed by descriptive terms such as your age group, job title, family set-up, where you live and what you like to do. We are programmed to give expected answers to that question and we cherry-pick the responses we want others to hear. But sometimes the answer burning in each of us to the question “who are you?” is “I don’t really know.”
Sex, sensuality and survival. If this was a movie trailer I’d have sold half the tickets with those three words alone, no imagery required. It’s powerful and intriguing stuff and it’s all going on in the root chakra. Let’s get to it. So in your best deepest sexiest voice, say “larm”. Oh, and if you could pitch it to resonate to the note of C I would be grateful…